Let me tell you about a lady friend that I know. I met Mrs. Jean Cooper some 40-50 years ago and have been fascinated by the lady ever since. People in this county and many other counties around here have met Ms. Jean. At present, she is homebound after breaking her hip for the second time. Mrs. Jean knows no strangers. We travel all over Georgia due to our ties with Georgia Farm Bureau, and everywhere she will stop and ask people where their from, and sure enough she will know someone from that same area.
EMMA YOUNGBLOOD, 5, WEEPS AS HER BROTHER, HUNTER YOUNGBLOOD, 10, KISSES THE HEADSTONE AND SAYS GOODBYE AT THE GRAVE OF THEIR FATHER, PETTY OFFICER 3RD CLASS TRAVIS L. YOUNGBLOOD, 26, OF SURRENCY, GA, ON MEMORIAL DAY IN SECTION 60 OF ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY.
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